One of the most controversial games released last year, Cyberpunk 2077 buggy , broken, and misleading release tipped off not only the players, but as well as investors. So much so that the studio faced a lawsuit from some of them, and as of this week, the Cyberpunk 2077 lawsuit has been settled with CD Projekt Red paying $1.85 million to investors.
In a legal statement released by the company on their official website, both parties have reached a settlement and CD Projekt Red would be paying nearly 2 million dollars to end the lawsuit and any further proceedings against them.
“In the framework of negotiations concerning a potential settlement agreement in a case pending before the US District Court for the Central District of California (hereinafter referred to as “the Court”), a proposal regarding key terms, which – if agreed upon – would provide the basis for a prospective written settlement agreement was officially formulated on 7 December 2021. According to these terms, members of the class (including the plaintiffs) would relinquish all claims against the Company and members of its Management Board. Furthermore, under the agreement, a settlement in the amount of 1 850 000 (one million eight hundred and fifty thousand) USD would be paid out to the class by the Company and its insurer – Colonnade Insurance S.A.”
The Cyberpunk 2077 woes have been covered extensively since the game’s disastrous launch last year, with CD Projekt Red continuously working on patches and updates to fix the numerous bugs and technical issues that have plagued the game. You can read about that as well as other updates about the game on our archives here.
Source: CD Projekt Red